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  • Winning Ticket

  • Original Title:
  • Kaikki oikein
  • Screening Time:
  • Year:
  • 2018

  • Winning Ticket is a drama comedy about Eevi, who wins the jackpot in lottery. Eevi works in a beauty parlor, leading a humdrum life in the suburbs of Helsinki with his husband Kari, a wannabe rocker. After the jackpot, the couple agrees to carry on with their lives as before, without telling anyone about the stroke of luck. But the money is burning holes in their pockets and that’s hard to hide. Their opinions about themselves and their relationship are put to the test. Everyone seems now to have a strange attitude towards them – although they try to pretend to be the same people as before. Do millions bring happiness after all?

  • Director:
  • Lenka Hellstedt
  • Genre:
  • Drama/Comedy
  • Duration:
  • 86 min.
  • Status:
  • Completed
  • Country:
  • Finland
  • Production Company:
  • Solar Films Inc.
    Rimbo Salomaa
  • Sales Company:
  • Eyewell
    Michael Werner
  • About the Director:
    Born in 1968, Lenka Hellstedt is a director and a writer, known for Me and Morrison (2001) and Overseas and Under Your Skin (2009). Winning Ticket, which premiered in 2018, is her third feature film.
  • « Back to Catalogue
  • Winning Ticket Image
  • Winning Ticket

  • Kaikki oikein
  • Year:
  • 2018

  • Director:
  • Lenka Hellstedt
  • Genre:
  • Drama/Comedy
  • Duration:
  • 86 min.
  • Status:
  • Completed
  • Country:
  • Finland
  • Production Company:
  • Solar Films Inc.
    Rimbo Salomaa
  • Sales Company:
  • Eyewell
    Michael Werner
  • Winning Ticket is a drama comedy about Eevi, who wins the jackpot in lottery. Eevi works in a beauty parlor, leading a humdrum life in the suburbs of Helsinki with his husband Kari, a wannabe rocker. After the jackpot, the couple agrees to carry on with their lives as before, without telling anyone about the stroke of luck. But the money is burning holes in their pockets and that’s hard to hide. Their opinions about themselves and their relationship are put to the test. Everyone seems now to have a strange attitude towards them – although they try to pretend to be the same people as before. Do millions bring happiness after all?

  • About the Director:
    Born in 1968, Lenka Hellstedt is a director and a writer, known for Me and Morrison (2001) and Overseas and Under Your Skin (2009). Winning Ticket, which premiered in 2018, is her third feature film.